In 1902, the English suggested that pies should only be eaten twice a week. The New York Times responded with, “Pie is the American synonym of prosperity, and its varying contents the calendar of the changing seasons. Pie is the food of the heroic. […]
Category Archives: Cooking Techniques
Summer is almost here: Are you ready for some cooking outdoors? The tools we use to prepare and cook food outside is different that what we use indoors, and so requires a slightly different skill set. As Summer approaches, the barbecue beckons. Cold beer, balmy […]
- take classes,
- read books,
- keep up with Carma’s Cookery,
- and read cooking magazines.
The article below shares the author’s thoughts on the latter.
After the article, I’ve posted links to four of my favorite cooking magazines.
Healthy cooking has become a casualty to our fast-paced modern lifestyle. When time seems a luxury, we are looking for easier options, like home-delivered burgers, pizzas, and other fast food from take-away eateries. Even the home cooking is now getting…
The traditional cookie-based pie crust is the graham cracker crust, which is essentially graham cracker crumbs and butter, sometimes with a bit of sugar and/or spice added in. (I usually leave out the sugar, because I don’t think I need the extra sweetness.) But you […]